Anthony Eames is the Director of Scholarly Initiatives at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute, where he oversees the development of academic alliances and is responsible for fellowships and programs to support scholarship on the Reagan presidency, legacy, and era. He holds a Ph.D. in history from Georgetown University and an M.A. jointly conferred from King’s College London and Georgetown University. He is the author of A Voice In Their Own Destiny: Reagan, Thatcher, and Public Diplomacy in the Nuclear 1980s (UMass) and co-author, with John Baylis, of Sharing Nuclear Secrets: Trust, Mistrust, and Ambiguity in Anglo-American Nuclear Relations, 1939-Present (Oxford). He has spoken and published widely on nuclear and national security issues in journals and other outlets, including for The Journal of Military History, Technology & Culture, and War on the Rocks. In addition to his work at the Institute, Anthony teaches for George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs.
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